29 relations: Aircraft engine, Albatros Al 101, Albatros L 100, Alfa Romeo 115, Arado L II, Argus Motoren, Baumgärtl Heliofly III, BFW M.23, BFW M.27, BFW M.29, BFW M.35, Blackburn Cirrus Major, Comte AC-12 Moskito, Darmstadt D-22, De Havilland Gipsy Major, DFS 40, Elizalde Tigre IV, Focke-Wulf Fw 44, Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 136, Heinkel He 64, Heinkel He 72, Hirth HM 504, Klemm Kl 25, Klemm Kl 32, List of aircraft engines, Menasco Pirate, Raab-Katzenstein RK.25, Reciprocating engine, Ruhrtaler Ru.3.
An aircraft engine is the component of the propulsion system for an aircraft that generates mechanical power.
The Albatros Al 101 was a 1930s German trainer aircraft.
The Albatros L 100 was a light aircraft built in Germany to compete in the Europarundflug air-race.
The Alfa Romeo 115 was an Italian 6-cylinder air-cooled inverted inline engine for aircraft use, mainly for training and light planes, based on the de Havilland Gipsy Six engine.
The Arado L II was a 1920s German two-seat, high-wing touring monoplane.
Argus Motoren was a German manufacturing firm known for their series of small inverted-V engines and the Argus As 014 pulsejet for the V-1 flying bomb.
The Baumgärtl Heliofly III/57 and Baumgärtl Heliofly III/59 were 1940s experimental backpack helicopters designed and built by the Austrian-designer Paul Bäumgartl.
The BFW M.23, sometimes known as the Messerschmitt M 23, was a 1920s two-seat sporting aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt, and produced by ''Bayerische Flugzeugwerke'' (BFW).
The BFW M.27, sometimes known as the Messerschmitt M.27, was a German two-seat sports plane with a low, cantilever wing, open cockpits and a fixed undercarriage sold in small numbers at the start of the 1930s.
The BFW M.29 was a single-engine two-seat low-wing aircraft, designed by Willy Messerschmitt for the 1932 Circuit of Europe races.
The BFW M.35, sometimes known as the Messerschmitt M 35, was a German sports plane of the early 1930s.
The Blackburn Cirrus Major is a British, four-cylinder, inline aircraft engine that was developed in the late 1930s.
The Comte AC-12 Moskito was a 1930s Swiss three-seat light touring cabin monoplane produced by Flugzeugbau A. Comte.
The Darmstadt D-22 was a sportsplane of Germany, designed and built by Akaflieg of Darmstadt University of Technology.
The de Havilland Gipsy Major or Gipsy IIIA is a four-cylinder, air-cooled, inline engine used in a variety of light aircraft produced in the 1930s, including the famous Tiger Moth biplane.
The DFS 40 (originally developed as the Delta V) was a tail-less research aircraft designed by Alexander Lippisch in 1937 as a follow-on to his Delta IV aircraft.
The Elizalde Tigre IV, also known as the ENMA Tigre IV, is a Spanish four-cylinder inverted air-cooled engine designed and built by Elizalde SA shortly after the Spanish Civil War.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 44 is a 1930s German two-seat biplane known as the Stieglitz ("Goldfinch").
The Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 136 was an all-metal, single-seat training monoplane.
The Heinkel He 64 was a sports plane built in Germany in 1933 to participate in the touring plane championships that year, designed by Siegfried and Walter Günter.
The Heinkel He 72 Kadett ("Cadet") was a German single-engine biplane trainer of the 1930s.
The Hirth HM 504 is a four-cylinder air-cooled inverted inline engine.
Klemm L.25, later Klemm Kl 25 was a successful German light leisure, sports and training monoplane aircraft, developed in 1928.
The Klemm Kl 32 was a touring aircraft, developed in Germany in 1932, based on the Klemm Kl 31 as a competitor in the Challenge 1932 touring aircraft competition.
This is an alphabetical list of aircraft engines by manufacturer.
The Menasco Pirate series were four-cylinder, air-cooled, in-line, inverted aero-engines, built by the Menasco Motors Company of Burbank, California, for use in light general and sport aircraft during the 1930s and 1940s.
The Raab-Katzenstein RK.25 was a two-seat, low wing cantilever monoplane aircraft designed and built in Germany in the 1920s for fast touring.
A reciprocating engine, also often known as a piston engine, is typically a heat engine (although there are also pneumatic and hydraulic reciprocating engines) that uses one or more reciprocating pistons to convert pressure into a rotating motion.
The Ruhrtaler Ru.3 was a German advanced single-seat trainer designed to take pilots to combat standards.